Dispatches | September 23, 2009
Top Twenty Books of the Millennium
Is it really possible that we already have a best books of the Millennium less than ten years after the Y2K scare? Yes, yes it is. Keep an eye out on The Millions as the post their top twenty of the past nine years. So far, my personal favorites of this list are Jonathan Lethem’s The Fortress of Solitude and Junot Diaz’s The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao. I don’t want to speculate on who the top honors will go to, but I’ll keep you updated on their posts. In the meantime, post your top books since 2000 in the comments.
That’s it for today, we’re busy here gearing up for the contest. Exciting times.
Happy Reading and All the Best,
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